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The NCAA tournament, celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, is desperately hoping to get to this weekend’s Final Four before another scandal breaks. The odds right now in Las Vegas, where the Pac-12 Conference recently held its postseason...
What is it with Hollywood and hyperbole these days? Last week saw "Oz the Great and Powerful" and now we have "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone." Calling it "The Mildly Diverting Burt Wonderstone" would have been more accurate, but how many tickets is that...
Is there an actor who’s been taking on more colorful roles lately than James Gandolfini? In the last few months he’s been a blitzed-out hit man (“Killing Them Softly”), self-promoting casino magnate (this weekend’s “The...
Hollywood director David O. Russell took a meeting this week to talk about a movie. But the man in the room with him wasn't a studio executive or an actor hoping for a role — he was Vice President Joe Biden. Russell met Biden and spoke on the...
Yasmina Reza, the Tony Award-winning French dramatist whose stage hits include "Art" and "God of Carnage," has a new work out this month but it isn't a play. Reza has published a new novel in France titled "Heureux les Heureux." The 190-page book...
As the overstressed beating heart of "Zero Dark Thirty," a CIA analyst named Maya who relentlessly chases after the hated phantom that was Osama bin Laden, Jessica Chastain is at times steely, at times shattered, potty-mouthed but somehow girlish,...
Daytime at the Roxy nightclub on Sunset Boulevard is like being on a Disneyland ride when the lights go on and the carefully constructed illusion is exposed. It's the slightly surreal setting for James Gandolfini to talk about his recent collaboration...
Director-producer Tony Scott, who apparently committed suicide Sunday in San Pedro at age 68, left behind a lengthy filmography. One of the first directors to make the transition from commercials to features, he helmed movies including "Top Gun,”...
Culture MonsterRoman Polanski's "Carnage" recently opened in New York and Los Angeles. The movie is based on Yasmina Reza's play "God of Carnage." Reza recently sat down to discuss her theater career and the various versions of "God of Carnage" that have been produced...
Show TrackerSteven Van Zandt of "The Sopranos" and The E Street Band stars in a new Netflix series, "Lilyhammer"...
Culture Monster“Carnage,” Roman Polanski's adaptation of Yasmina Reza’s 2006 play “God of Carnage,” was the opening night selection of the New York Film Festival, and marked his cinematic return to the festival after a 48-year absence....
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